- Tamblyn initially defended Cross
- She said women shouldn’t be held accountable for their men’s actions
in which all began Sunday when comedian Charlyne Yi tweeted about what she said happened when she met Cross 10 years ago.
According to Yi, Cross made fun of her “tattered pants” as well as also asked her if she spoke English by saying, “Ching-chong-ching-chong.”
“Then after he saw I was offended he asked me if I was going to fight with him karate in a southern accent,” Yi wrote. “Then a few years later he was re-introduced to me after my comedy show with his girlfriend at the time & he said ‘Hi nice to meet you.'”
Cross tweeted back, saying he didn’t remember the encounter within the same way.
“I would certainly never intentionally hurt someone like in which,” he said. “I do not remember doing This particular when I met her. I do remember meeting her though.”
The “Arrested Development” actor said he was not accusing Yi of lying as well as also added in which he was “truly sorry if I hurt her, in which was never my intention to do in which.”
Tamblyn initially defended her husband of all 5 years, although on Thursday the actress said she had connected with Yi.
“I spoke to @charlyne_yi as well as also her feelings/safety are all in which matter to me. We’re Great,” Tamblyn tweeted. “I owe you nothing, Twitter. You’re lucky to have me.”
To further clarify the situation, Tamblyn tweeted in which she believed Yi’s accusations.
“I’ll say in which again. I spoke to Charlyne. I believe her,” Tamblyn wrote. “I’m about HER feelings/emotional health right currently, not Twitter’s. in which okay with you?”
She also admonished fans to “not hold women accountable for the actions, decisions or words of their partners. Don’t. Do in which.”